Thanks to all who reply/replied.
To me dev mailing lists like this one create a community. I like things
that make it personal. I have been on many mailing lists long enough
that I know most all the players. I also know something about them as
Like now I know that chri enjoys funny cat videos.
I know that Lisp is commonly a destination and generally not a starting
point. I know there are many who would love to use Lisp but do not get
the opportunity because technical decisions are made by someone else.
Fortunately, I get to make the technical decisions for myself. My only
requirement is that the tool be able to accomplish the task. I see very
little that PicoLisp can't accomplish with the exception of programming
directly to the hardware as in drivers and such. I could even be wrong
I am glad this is a friendly community. I read off and on comp.lang.lisp
many years ago. Sometimes Erik Naggum was helpful, sometimes not. He was
brilliant but not in social matters. RIP Erik.
Again thanks to all for welcoming me into your community.
On 05/24/2017 02:20 PM, Christophe Gragnic wrote:
On Wed, May 24, 2017 at 9:10 PM, Jakob Eriksson <ja...@aurorasystems.eu> wrote:
I enjoyed the writeup
I did too. Sometimes I really enjoy unnecessary things.
Like this video, that I could watch several times in a row:
laughing to tears.
Welcome to this list Jimmie.